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and his car isn't the only one smashed up. >> i don't think anything was stolen. fortunately, nothing is stolen out of my car. that's fortunate. i usually don't keep anything very valuable in it. >> reporter: police say it is just a case of vandalism because the windows were smashed but so far it appears the crook didn't steal stuff from inside. >> i gotta deal with getting it fixed and talking to insurance and everything like that. >> reporter: i talked to the building engineer who works on this property. there are 12 security rolling 24 hours a day. >> they can produce the video, hopefully, to help out, but we'll see. i'm not very optimistic. >> reporter: not optimistic because several people who live here say this has happened before. right now the property manager is p org over the surveillance video and hoping it will helping police catch the crook. >> charles: as many as 40 vehicles were damage, each
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owner hundreds of dollars to fix, plus a whole lot of inconvenience. there is a possible lead in the case of a missing teenager. >> shannon: a disturbing video posted on youtube seven years ago could offer new clues in the disappearance of this girl. because of the nature of the video, we won't show it in its entirety, but it shows him talking about a the missing teen's mother hopes -- she says she sees a resemblance. >> the first initial thought is, that the my daughter but i don't know that. i don't know if it's real. i don't know if it's fake. >> shannon: if this video turns out to be a hoax, it's a chilling reminder of what happened to her daughter seven ago. >> charles: back in march, a story about amber alerts. we asked her thoughts on whether
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she told us there should be one. she said states should be working together to find missing children like her daughter. >> shannon: new information, the man accused of shooting a woman during an interstate attack has pleaded not guilty by reason of mental disease. police say zach hays shot and killed his neighbor then killed a woman on i-94. five people are under arrest for robbing a 85-year-old man. milwaukee police say the suspects robbed h 52nd just after 5:00 yesterday afternoon. the suspects range in age from 13 to 28 years old. officers tracked down the suspects, thanks to the victim's description. >> charles: milwaukee police investigating a burglary at the century food store near 70th 70th and lisbon. police say the suspects forced their way in and stole about $500. it happened just before 1:00 a.m. yesterday. anyone with information on this is asked to call milwaukee police. and look at these pictures,
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didn't yield, a semi slammed into the truck. one person went to the hospital but will be okay. >> shannon: the kenosha county bomb squad wants to know who duct tape an electronic device to a railroad crossing sign. someone alerted police last night. it turns out it was part of an air bag. anyone with information is asked to call the kenosha county sheriff's department. >> charles: now, to decision 2016, i've just learned donald trump is coming to wisconsin on monday. no other details yet. twitter storm against house speaker paul ryan. >> reporter: donald trump not happy with ryan. he tweeted, despite winning the second debate in a landslide, every fall, it's hard to do well when paul ryan and others give zero support. it's been a rocky relationship since may, when speaker ryan said he wasn't ready to immediately jump on the trump train after the billionaire businessman wrapped up the republican nomination.
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there right now. >> ryan eventually endorsed him in june but trump initially refused to endorse ryan in august for re-election, saying i'm not quite there yet. he too, though, eventually came around. fast forward to last weekend. trump and ryan were supposed to share the stage at a republican rally in walworth county. it never happened. after the story broke about trump's comments, ryan said he was sickened by them. >> i meant what i said and it's still how i feel. >> this week ryan said he no longer defend trump and trump has been punching back ever since on twitter. our very weak and ineffective leader, paul ryan, had a pad -- bad conference call where his members went wild at his disloyalty. >> for reaction to the feud, we go to ben, live in racine. >> the feud between ryan and trump is certainly on the minds of voters here in racine, as they have the opportunity to
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election. along city streets in racine, you'll find many paul ryan and donald trump signs stand side by side but their battles over the last few days suggest it's the closest they'll come before election day. >> who would you side with? >> ryan. >> why? >> he's been my representative for many years, and i don't see too much that i disagree with him on. >> they're and unprofessionally. >> early voting has begun with republican paul ryan on the ticket for congress. he's won wisconsin's first congressional district since '98. with a known divide between ryan and trump, the racine county republican office insists conservatives here continue to support both. >> i'm not going to condemn either one. i think they're both doing what they believe they need to do. >> while dozens of voters say they've seen enough in this
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say they wouldn't mind flashing forward to election day to move on from the attacks on both sides. >> it's unprofessional, it's unprofessional enough between parties but within a party, it's very unseemly. >> reporter: and once again, early voting started yesterday here in racine. however, that is not the case district-wide. to find out when early voting starts for you, contact your county clerk's office. live in racine, ben jordan, today's >> shannon: democratic senate candidate russ feingold believes his challenger, ron johnson, is making a big mistake in supporting donald trump. he says johnson's acts are irresponsible and he should withdraw his endorsement. feingold said both he and johnson know that trump is unfit to be president. >> he doesn't understand the issues. he doesn't have the attention span. and he divides people. in order to try to succeed
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>> shannon: senator johnson said he cannot defend what trump said and refuses to do so. with four weeks to go to the election, we have all that happening in politics online. all you have to do is head to 2016. another warm day, temperatures above 60 degrees. cooler weather around the corner. >> we were on a roll. we're going to change. chief meteorologist john malan with the numbers. >> john: all good things have to come to an end. it was a beautiful day today. look at the 70s out lacrosse had to 77 degrees. 75 in platteville. 74 in madison. 73 in milwaukee. green bay at 72 degrees. but the thing that's coming to an end is our warm weather. look at this. a freeze watch posted out to the west. portions of minnesota, also iowa, nebraska, and south dakota. also coming in from the west is that cold front, which is generating showers and storms. the clouds will be coming in
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some of those showers for tomorrow. so clear at 8:00. 65 dropping only to 61. 10:00. timing on all that coming up in a few minutes. >> shannon: more local news now. the milwaukee common council approved legislation to rid the question about a person's criminal history on applications for city jobs. proponents say that the so-called ban the box legislation gives ex offenders a better shot at employment and reintegrating into society. >> charles: still ah at 6:00, how the recent hysteria over creepy clowns is now impacting the most famous clown of all. >> shannon: also coming up, local high-schoolers are given a new trade a try. why an organization wants these
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>> police dash-cam video of officers checking out, wait till you see this, reports of people wearing clown masks.
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found two people in costumes standing along the road. officers then learned the two left a 4-year-old child home alone so they could carry out the clown prank. police arrested two men and a woman. and because of the creepy clown sightings across the country, mcdonald's announced that its iconic mascot, ronald mcdonald, will not be out in the community as much as he used to be. >> shannon: switching gears, students in waukesha county got an up-close look at a couple of local weldi companies. state officials say these types of companies need workers and students should consider them for a career. >> kids are thinking about this stuff younger and younger so that when they're ready to get out of high school and get into the workforce, they already have exposure to what those career paths look like. this has sparked interest in it for me. >> the high-schoolers also toured waukesha county technical college. the waukesha county business
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focusing on the issue of domestic violence. here how we here at wtmj are working to raise awareness. >> shannon: also ahead, an update to a recent hoarding
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>> new information about a cat hoarding case in the town of vernon. each of the 60 cats are up for adoption as they are ready. they're holding a columbus day special through the month of october where all cats six months and older cost you just 14.92. october is national domestic violence awareness month and to help raise awareness, today's
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peace center for a phone bank. volunteers will be taking calls to help victims of domestic violence or anyone who knows someone who needs some help. the phone bank will be next monday, october 17, from 4:00 till 7:00. >> charles: fall is a good time to jump in the car and head up to dorr county, but thieves are targeting roadside cash boxes it is suspected that the money is being stolen. a washington county sheriff's deputy arrested a man who ran from a car that smelled of marijuana. the car was parked at the boat launch on bark laid. inside the deputy found self baggies of marijuana, $700 cash and marijuana laced brownies. the deputy arrested a 20-year-old village of menomonee falls man. >> shannon: the pleasant prairie planning commission has said yes
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surgical wing at saint catherine's medical center. here's a look at the renderings of the 195,000 square foot expansion. the wing will include a cafe, a courtyard, private pre-op suites and at least eight surgical suites. construction is expected to begin next year. the 2016 milwaukee film festival had more movie-goers than last year, more than 76,000 people attending the festival over a 15 day run. organizers announced the winner the film, maya angelou and i. >> charles: helping children battling cancer. the bucks hosted the chicago bulls here. tipoff at 7:30. our -- part of the proceeds will go to the macc fund which fights childhood cancer and blood disorders. so a good cause all around
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game. >> warmer today but a cooldown is coming. >> charles: john malan with the numbers and what we can expect smew those numbers have been good for a long time. saturday and sunday, even though we had a lot of sunshine, they were cooler but still above 60 degrees. yesterday a beautiful 68. 73 degrees today. but watch what happens. tomorrow back down to 65. by thursday, 53 degrees. it looks like we'll stay in the 50s through the end of the week. and that will take our streak and kil we're at 146 consecutive days above 60 degrees. the old record, 140 back in 2005. even though we were very warm and we'll stay mild tomorrow, 77 in lacrosse today, 72 at the twin cities, look at the high temperatures out west. 38 in my -- fargo, 52. in international falls. our current temperature in waukesha with all the blue skies, 68 degrees.
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hour. around the rest of the area, a nice evening setting up with 68 degrees in west bend. 69 in fond du lac. beaver dam. also down in watertown with 68. kenosha, milwaukee at 67 degrees. we had clouds earlier today. a previous little band of rain that rolled through in the morning hours. things have cleared out nicely but you can see here's where the cold front is located and that is going to touch off showers. mainly tomorrow. so as we go through our computer mo forecast, there's the front advancing. overnight you'll see showers starting to develop to our south. by 6:00, 6:30 in the morning. around 9:00, 9:30 in the morning showers, maybe an isolated thundershower, roll through during the day. then this front pushes through tomorrow night, bringing in the cold air. could even see temperatures dropping into the mid 30s to upper 30s away from the lake tomorrow night. and into thursday morning.
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the end of the week. so for tonight, 56 degrees, partly cloudy skies, mild, south/southwest winds 5 to 10 miles per hour. for tomorrow, the winds pick up, first southwest, then northwest 10 to 18 miles per hour. rain develops mid morning. and a high of 65. but much cooler, even though we'll see sunshine into thursday, northwest winds and 5. there goes the record. and for our seven-day forecast, 58 and sunshine on friday. check out the w also check out these morning lows of 38. on saturday. partly cloudy skies, much warmer air, also a little breezy and it will be breezy into sunday also. partly cloudy. still at 71 degrees. a chance of a shower on monday. and rain possible into tuesday. 65 degrees. the mild pattern will continue, although it will be interrupted briefly. >> charles: next in sports,
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local high school soccer team that is making national news. >> shannon: here's a look at what's on tv after us, the packers live with larry mccarren followed by the voice. this is us, chicago fire, and feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve this message. this is wisconsin. and this. and this. and this. full of good people who work hard. m off to china and mexico? my opponent backs bad trade deals that export jobs, and billion dollar tax loopholes for big corporations. i'm going to close those loopholes and help small businesses in wisconsin grow and create jobs. for the folks who work hard... for the middle class raising a family...
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>> nick perry leading the packers top ranked run defense, preparing for ezekiel elliott and the cowboys number one rushing attack sunday at lambeau field. perry already it doesn't always happen, but everybody is always competing against one another. and i think that's what makes us who we are right now. and we're going to continue to do that because we all want that ring on our fingers. >> in the last four plus decades, the marquette high school boys soccer team wins a title on average every other year. so far this season, it could be tops for the hilltoppers.
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soccer has 23 state titles of tradition. >> it's predictable. we gotta be a little bit more unpredictable. >> this year they experienced something different. >> we're usually never the underdogs so it was cool to see what other teams are like playing us because they're usually looked at as the underdog when they play us. but we just use it as motivation. we think we can hang with anyone. >> we took it as we're the underdogs and normally we're not the underdogs things from the other side and had the target on the other team's back. >> the top team in wisconsin, beat the top ranked team in the nation, rock hurst. >> how cool is that? >> pretty sick, pretty cool. we were all really proud of that. it's fun to -- it proves like you can do -- you can do whatever you put your mind to if you work together. >> get it back. come on. >> this team is loaded with talent, yet being unselfish is
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>> as a captain, we can't let anybody -- our ranking make us think that we're better than we are. we have to know our play. just because we're ranked fifth or second, we have to focus the same way. >> for joel, he finally gets to try value his dad tony for tv time. >> gotta pretty cool you have a dad who works hunld the -- behind the scenes. >> it's like people know him for that. someme tv. >> try this one, bob. >> do you ever put those in like the clips on the opponent or anything like that? >> we haven't but that's a good idea, as it comes playoff time to lighten things up. >> congrats to arrowhead. the war hawks western division one. prairie school d 2 at the girls state golf championships. both win by at least 50 strokes. dominant. baseball playoffs, the dodgers
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>> if you've found yourself questioning the mental health of our presidential candidates, you might be onto something. >> up next with "the now milwaukee". >> this is the saying, you must be crazy to run for president. it actually rings kind of true. see where donald trump and hillary clinton rank among history's leaders on a psychopath i can -- psychopathic that coming up next. packers live next is here on tmj4. >> i just hope they don't score me on this. 65 at 8:00. 8:00, 63. 10:00, 60 degrees. beautiful night ahead. >> thank you for joining us.
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( music ). live from the lambeau field atrium, inside the legends club it's packers live. this week's packers special guest, middle linebacker, jake ryan. ( cheering ). >> ladies and gentlemen, the rock himself, larry mccarren. >> thank you, everybody. hello and welcome to packers live where we do not operate in a vacuum. we are part of the big global


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